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Happy Foods!

 The disclaimer to this post is that this game is still in an early level design phase. With that said, I got to test the demo. Since it is early I didn't know how good it would be but I am fairly surprised and proud to say I enjoy it so far! The major plus I enjoyed was the physics, they make the game challenging but not too challenging. I can see how frustrating this game can be since the physics are very responsive. I heard the game gets constant updates as of now, try it out! Happy Foods by NitroAtari

Deep Down 2: Impressions.

 As a platformer, this is a fairly difficult game. Even once you get a hang of the mechanics of the game, one mistake can mess you up! Take the countless mistakes that I have made as proof of this. This is the type of game you want to keep playing though, and your eventual success feels amazing! Deep Down 2 by Nyunesu, EnriqueWR, BroduxBlue, Diemorth


 A refreshing twist on the classic game of Tetris. I can confirm that this is tremendously harder than you would first think, especially after playing for a while. Give it a try an see if you can get the highest score! Sokotetris by Torreng Labs


 Catsperince is a game that shows you just how difficult it can is to be a cat and have a human servant to bring you food. The catch is, that human servant has gone missing. Fear not because with magical catnip you can do anything your feline heart desires!! In Catsperience there are puzzles to solve, riddles to be...riddled and laughter to be had. Here are some screenshots of the game:   Catsperience is being developed by Black Vertigo  and in all honesty one of my favorite parts of learning about this game was the inspiration for the concept. The game is made in memory of the developers' first, very naughty, tomcat named Lord Mordant. I will let the trailer speak for itself, keep in mind that this is a naughty cat and you should be expecting at times some naughty humor. 8.7.3  

Deep Blue!

  This game was very enjoyable. The game is not over complicated, so really anyone could play it! It is also extremely impressive that this game was made in a fairly short amount of time yet still has all the features you would expect. 8.7.3 Deep Blue [LD48] by imphenzia

What Game Did I Buy?

 Before I answer that very important question, I do want to say that I am looking for a job and that can explain my absence of late. ANYWAY- back to the question! I bought a game on Steam, it is early in development but still entertaining... here is the game: I have a lovely screenshot of a naturally made creature  as well:  Now I am off to continue my job hunt! 8.7.3

A super simple iron farm by Claire

  The world's simplest iron farm. The hardest part about this farm is getting the villagers up but you can do that with a simple rail line  Step 1 Pick your spot you want to build and make a 2x2 tube at least 20 blocks off the ground Step 2  Build a 18x18 platform on top leaving the center open for the golems to fall through Step 3  around the platform with walls or fences In the corners add some walls on the second lever to contain the water Step 4  Time for water in the corners you will want to put blocks to keep from filling the whole thing Step 5  4 blocks up over the center you want to either make a 5x2 or 6x2 platform for the villagers with 5 or 6 beds depending and encase it in glass to keep them safe Step 6 The killing and collection of the golems at the bottom of the drop tube place signs on the second block and lava above them to kill the golems  Step 7 4 hoppers in to a chest and you are done This is not the most efficient iron farm but it is cheap and you can expand it